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Is a crisis a crisis if everyone knows its coming?

(also published on the Greenwich Associates blog) A crisis is a crisis because most people didn’t see it coming. Unexpected events freaks people out causing a bad chain of events – a crisis. So despite evidence that a liquidity crisis is on the horizon in the bond market, wide spread recognition that this crisis is… Read More »

New Greenwich Report: As Credit Market Liquidity Suffers, Institutional Investors Seek Alternatives

This is my first official research piece since joining Greenwich Associates this past summer.  It is available to Greenwich clients.  If you’re not sure if you’re a client, or don’t have a login to the website, let me know.  Enjoy. New Greenwich Associates Report Analyzes Role of CDS, ETFs and SEFs   Tuesday, October 22, 2013… Read More »